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British Water Annual Lunch 2019

0.0 / 21 June /
British Water Annual Lunch
British Water Annual Lunch

London Stadium, a world-class venue, has played host to this year’s British Water Annual Lunch. This highly-regarded networking event is an occasion for members, and invited guests of British Water, to network and promote their businesses to over 200 key industry professionals which will include Water Company representatives and staff from Government Agencies.

Anglo has been at the forefront of the Water industry recruitment over 35 years working in successful partnership with the UK’s Leading contractors and consultancies to deliver the most complex projects.

A key part of Anglo’s success has been our ability to build long-term relationships with our clients based on in-depth industry knowledge and recruitment experience.

This week Anglo were invited to attend the 19th British Water Annual Lunch and our sector leader Julian Taylor went along to meet some of the industry’s most well-known leaders.

If you are a water industry experienced professional looking for your next opportunity or seeking new skills for your project, please get in touch with our recruitment team: 02075315757 or water@anglo.com



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